Phantasy Star Monthly is a monthly internet show for the Phantasy Star community. It is mostly a news show, but it also looks back at the original Phantasy Star series. favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Phantasy, Star
Phantasy Star Monthly, Episode August 04 Phantasy Star Monthly is a monthly internet news show based around the Phantasy Star video game series by SEGA. While most of the show revolves around Phantasy Star Online, it also looks at the original series, as well as keeps people updated about the news of Phantasy Star Universe. Topics: Phantasy, Star
Speed run of Phantasy Star Online in 4 segments, completed on June 26 2004. Author's comments: There are so many version of this game out. 2 on the dreamcast, 2 on the gamecube, 1 on the Xbox, and 2 on the PC. However my choice of version was determined by two factors. First, which would give me the best stats for a HUcast, and second, which would let me get past rooms as fast as possible. The real reason why I attempted this run as I did was because a few days before attempting it, I had read... Topics: Phantasy Star Online, Dreamcast
Speed run of Phantasy Star (in the GBA Phantasy Star Collection) in 16 segments completed on July 20 2005. Author's comments: Well, this sure was a challenge of a run. After seeing the successes of Final Fantasy II and III, i decided to try to match that with another classic RPG. Thankfully there was someone in the channel that did know the game. I played this on the GBA collection since I don't have my Master System anymore. Anyway, I took a route that was a whole lot out of order from what... Topics: Phantasy Star, Game Boy Advance
Single-segment speed run of Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution, Hero side, done on April 30 2005. Available in low, norml, and high quality. Author's comments: Much like Brighstar/Jonathan_F from pso-world I work for a PSO fan site (www.ragol.co.uk) and got the Japanese version of PSO III first. A code to covert the Japanese into partial English was released but there was a lot of translation errors. I soon got bored of these errors and left PSO for a long time. I recently... Topics: Phantasy Star Online, Single-segment, GameCube
Single-segment speed run of Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution, hero side, done on May 8 2004. Author's comments: I've been playing Phantasy Star Online since the days of the Dreamcast. When I heard that Episode III was going to be a card game I got a little nervous the series was going down hill. To my delight, the game play was very enjoyable when I got my import copy back in November, it being my duty as a staff member of PSOworld.com (Jonathan_F) to get videos for the... Topics: Phantasy Star Online, Single-segment, GameCube
In this final installment of the famous Phantasy Star saga, our protagonist, while out on a routine assignment, uncovers evidence pointing to a sinister threat to the entire solar system. One thing leads to another and he and the rest of his party eventually find themselves fighting the root of all evil. Such a quest would normally take at least ten hours, but with copious amounts of luck manipulation, it can be reduced to just under an hour and a half. This is a small improvement of around 30... Topics: Gens, Genesis, TAS, TASVideos, NESVideos, Phantasy, Star, Janus
Yet another improvement over the previous Retro Core shows with the high resolution version being almost 100 Meg smaller in size than volume : 3. Featured in Volume : 4 is an interview with a Japanese Retro Game store owner and well as a quick look around his shop. Of course there's loads of gaming goodies too, including a Final Fight special ! Just which home version of Final Fight is truly the best? Plus PC Engine Power Drift, Master System Phantasy Star, SFC Super Aleste, Saturn Sega Touring... Topics: Retro Core, Game, Interview, Videogame shop, Final Fight, PC Engine, Power Drift, Master System,...